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Columbia Theological Seminary

Columbia Theological Seminary is an educational institution of the Presbyterian Church (USA), located in Decatur, Georgia just east of the city of Atlanta. The holdings of the seminary’s John Bulow Campbell Library and its C. Benton Kline, Jr. Special Collections and Archives department document the institution’s history since its founding in 1828. This collection contains seminary histories, governing documents, course catalog (1851-2012), and periodicals (1908-2003).

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In 1974, the Columbia Theological Seminary publication titled Inform changed to Vantage. Vantage initially included a newsletter and a five-part catalog series that replaced the course catalog. The catalog series changed to a single course catalog in 1976. The course catalog was dropped from Vantage in 1986 and published separately. Vantage continued as a news publication whose format and frequency varied.
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The Columbia Theological Seminary Bulletin began in 1908 as a means of communication to constituents. Issues include the course catalog, faculty essays, inaugural lectures, memorials, general news, and fundraising literature. Frequency, the institution’s name, and the place of publication vary. Titles across time included the Annual Catalogue, Bulletin, Inform, and Vantage.
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In 1974, the Columbia Theological Seminary publication titled Inform changed to Vantage. Vantage initially included a newsletter and a five-part catalog series that replaced the course catalog. The catalog series changed to a single course catalog in 1976. The course catalog was dropped from Vantage in 1986 and published separately. Vantage continued as a news publication whose format and frequency varied.
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Columbia Theological Seminary course catalogs contain registers of faculty and students, information on courses of study, campus descriptions, and seminary history. Catalogs were published at least as early as 1833. Frequency, the institution’s name, and the place of publication vary. Titles across time included the Annual Catalogue, Bulletin, Inform, and Vantage.
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In 1974, the Columbia Theological Seminary publication titled Inform changed to Vantage. Vantage initially included a newsletter and a five-part catalog series that replaced the course catalog. The catalog series changed to a single course catalog in 1976. The course catalog was dropped from Vantage in 1986 and published separately. Vantage continued as a news publication whose format and frequency varied.
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Columbia Theological Seminary course catalogs contain registers of faculty and students, information on courses of study, campus descriptions, and seminary history. Catalogs were published at least as early as 1833. Frequency, the institution’s name, and the place of publication vary. Titles across time included the Annual Catalogue, Bulletin, Inform, and Vantage.
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Columbia Theological Seminary course catalogs contain registers of faculty and students, information on courses of study, campus descriptions, and seminary history. Catalogs were published at least as early as 1833. Frequency, the institution’s name, and the place of publication vary. Titles across time included the Annual Catalogue, Bulletin, Inform, and Vantage.
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In 1974, the Columbia Theological Seminary publication titled Inform changed to Vantage. Vantage initially included a newsletter and a five-part catalog series that replaced the course catalog. The catalog series changed to a single course catalog in 1976. The course catalog was dropped from Vantage in 1986 and published separately. Vantage continued as a news publication whose format and frequency varied.
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The Columbia Theological Seminary Bulletin began in 1908 as a means of communication to constituents. Issues include the course catalog, faculty essays, inaugural lectures, memorials, general news, and fundraising literature. Frequency, the institution’s name, and the place of publication vary. Titles across time included the Annual Catalogue, Bulletin, Inform, and Vantage. "Faculty issues" include articles and reviews. Articles are listed here. Titles: "The Reverend James...
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Columbia Theological Seminary course catalogs contain registers of faculty and students, information on courses of study, campus descriptions, and seminary history. Catalogs were published at least as early as 1833. Frequency, the institution’s name, and the place of publication vary. Titles across time included the Annual Catalogue, Bulletin, Inform, and Vantage.
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In 1974, the Columbia Theological Seminary publication titled Inform changed to Vantage. Vantage initially included a newsletter and a five-part catalog series that replaced the course catalog. The catalog series changed to a single course catalog in 1976. The course catalog was dropped from Vantage in 1986 and published separately. Vantage continued as a news publication whose format and frequency varied.
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In 1974, the Columbia Theological Seminary publication titled Inform changed to Vantage. Vantage initially included a newsletter and a five-part catalog series that replaced the course catalog. The catalog series changed to a single course catalog in 1976. The course catalog was dropped from Vantage in 1986 and published separately. Vantage continued as a news publication whose format and frequency varied.
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In 1974, the Columbia Theological Seminary publication titled Inform changed to Vantage. Vantage initially included a newsletter and a five-part catalog series that replaced the course catalog. The catalog series changed to a single course catalog in 1976. The course catalog was dropped from Vantage in 1986 and published separately. Vantage continued as a news publication whose format and frequency varied.
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In 1974, the Columbia Theological Seminary publication titled Inform changed to Vantage. Vantage initially included a newsletter and a five-part catalog series that replaced the course catalog. The catalog series changed to a single course catalog in 1976. The course catalog was dropped from Vantage in 1986 and published separately. Vantage continued as a news publication whose format and frequency varied.
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In 1974, the Columbia Theological Seminary publication titled Inform changed to Vantage. Vantage initially included a newsletter and a five-part catalog series that replaced the course catalog. The catalog series changed to a single course catalog in 1976. The course catalog was dropped from Vantage in 1986 and published separately. Vantage continued as a news publication whose format and frequency varied.
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In 1974, the Columbia Theological Seminary publication titled Inform changed to Vantage. Vantage initially included a newsletter and a five-part catalog series that replaced the course catalog. The catalog series changed to a single course catalog in 1976. The course catalog was dropped from Vantage in 1986 and published separately. Vantage continued as a news publication whose format and frequency varied.
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In 1974, the Columbia Theological Seminary publication titled Inform changed to Vantage. Vantage initially included a newsletter and a five-part catalog series that replaced the course catalog. The catalog series changed to a single course catalog in 1976. The course catalog was dropped from Vantage in 1986 and published separately. Vantage continued as a news publication whose format and frequency varied.
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The Columbia Theological Seminary Bulletin began in 1908 as a means of communication to constituents. Issues include the course catalog, faculty essays, inaugural lectures, memorials, general news, and fundraising literature. Frequency, the institution’s name, and the place of publication vary. Titles across time included the Annual Catalogue, Bulletin, Inform, and Vantage.
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In 1970, the Columbia Theological Seminary publication titled Bulletin changed to Inform. Inform included a news bulletin published seven times per year and a five-part catalog series that replaced the course catalog. The catalog series consisted of five booklets published either annually or periodically and contained course descriptions, academic calendars, faculty and student rosters, seminary history and other information about the institution.
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Columbia Theological Seminary course catalogs contain registers of faculty and students, information on courses of study, campus descriptions, and seminary history. Catalogs were published at least as early as 1833. Frequency, the institution’s name, and the place of publication vary. Titles across time included the Annual Catalogue, Bulletin, Inform, and Vantage.
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Columbia Theological Seminary course catalogs contain registers of faculty and students, information on courses of study, campus descriptions, and seminary history. Catalogs were published at least as early as 1833. Frequency, the institution’s name, and the place of publication vary. Titles across time included the Annual Catalogue, Bulletin, Inform, and Vantage.
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In 1974, the Columbia Theological Seminary publication titled Inform changed to Vantage. Vantage initially included a newsletter and a five-part catalog series that replaced the course catalog. The catalog series changed to a single course catalog in 1976. The course catalog was dropped from Vantage in 1986 and published separately. Vantage continued as a news publication whose format and frequency varied.
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In 1974, the Columbia Theological Seminary publication titled Inform changed to Vantage. Vantage initially included a newsletter and a five-part catalog series that replaced the course catalog. The catalog series changed to a single course catalog in 1976. The course catalog was dropped from Vantage in 1986 and published separately. Vantage continued as a news publication whose format and frequency varied.
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Columbia Theological Seminary course catalogs contain registers of faculty and students, information on courses of study, campus descriptions, and seminary history. Catalogs were published at least as early as 1833. Frequency, the institution’s name, and the place of publication vary. Titles across time included the Annual Catalogue, Bulletin, Inform, and Vantage.
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In 1974, the Columbia Theological Seminary publication titled Inform changed to Vantage. Vantage initially included a newsletter and a five-part catalog series that replaced the course catalog. The catalog series changed to a single course catalog in 1976. The course catalog was dropped from Vantage in 1986 and published separately. Vantage continued as a news publication whose format and frequency varied.
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Columbia Theological Seminary course catalogs contain registers of faculty and students, information on courses of study, campus descriptions, and seminary history. Catalogs were published at least as early as 1833. Frequency, the institution’s name, and the place of publication vary. Titles across time included the Annual Catalogue, Bulletin, Inform, and Vantage.
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In 1974, the Columbia Theological Seminary publication titled Inform changed to Vantage. Vantage initially included a newsletter and a five-part catalog series that replaced the course catalog. The catalog series changed to a single course catalog in 1976. The course catalog was dropped from Vantage in 1986 and published separately. Vantage continued as a news publication whose format and frequency varied.
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The Columbia Theological Seminary Bulletin began in 1908 as a means of communication to constituents. Issues include the course catalog, faculty essays, inaugural lectures, memorials, general news, and fundraising literature. Frequency, the institution’s name, and the place of publication vary. Titles across time included the Annual Catalogue, Bulletin, Inform, and Vantage. "Faculty issues" include articles and reviews. Articles are listed here. Titles: "The Crisis in...
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In 1970, the Columbia Theological Seminary publication titled Bulletin changed to Inform. Inform included a news bulletin published seven times per year and a five-part catalog series that replaced the course catalog. The catalog series consisted of five booklets published either annually or periodically and contained course descriptions, academic calendars, faculty and student rosters, seminary history and other information about the institution.
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In 1974, the Columbia Theological Seminary publication titled Inform changed to Vantage. Vantage initially included a newsletter and a five-part catalog series that replaced the course catalog. The catalog series changed to a single course catalog in 1976. The course catalog was dropped from Vantage in 1986 and published separately. Vantage continued as a news publication whose format and frequency varied.
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Columbia Theological Seminary course catalogs contain registers of faculty and students, information on courses of study, campus descriptions, and seminary history. Catalogs were published at least as early as 1833. Frequency, the institution’s name, and the place of publication vary. Titles across time included the Annual Catalogue, Bulletin, Inform, and Vantage.
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The Columbia Theological Seminary Bulletin began in 1908 as a means of communication to constituents. Issues include the course catalog, faculty essays, inaugural lectures, memorials, general news, and fundraising literature. Frequency, the institution’s name, and the place of publication vary. Titles across time included the Annual Catalogue, Bulletin, Inform, and Vantage.
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The Columbia Theological Seminary Bulletin began in 1908 as a means of communication to constituents. Issues include the course catalog, faculty essays, inaugural lectures, memorials, general news, and fundraising literature. Frequency, the institution’s name, and the place of publication vary. Titles across time included the Annual Catalogue, Bulletin, Inform, and Vantage.
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In 1974, the Columbia Theological Seminary publication titled Inform changed to Vantage. Vantage initially included a newsletter and a five-part catalog series that replaced the course catalog. The catalog series changed to a single course catalog in 1976. The course catalog was dropped from Vantage in 1986 and published separately. Vantage continued as a news publication whose format and frequency varied.
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In 1974, the Columbia Theological Seminary publication titled Inform changed to Vantage. Vantage initially included a newsletter and a five-part catalog series that replaced the course catalog. The catalog series changed to a single course catalog in 1976. The course catalog was dropped from Vantage in 1986 and published separately. Vantage continued as a news publication whose format and frequency varied.
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In 1974, the Columbia Theological Seminary publication titled Inform changed to Vantage. Vantage initially included a newsletter and a five-part catalog series that replaced the course catalog. The catalog series changed to a single course catalog in 1976. The course catalog was dropped from Vantage in 1986 and published separately. Vantage continued as a news publication whose format and frequency varied.
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In 1974, the Columbia Theological Seminary publication titled Inform changed to Vantage. Vantage initially included a newsletter and a five-part catalog series that replaced the course catalog. The catalog series changed to a single course catalog in 1976. The course catalog was dropped from Vantage in 1986 and published separately. Vantage continued as a news publication whose format and frequency varied.
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Columbia Theological Seminary course catalogs contain registers of faculty and students, information on courses of study, campus descriptions, and seminary history. Catalogs were published at least as early as 1833. Frequency, the institution’s name, and the place of publication vary. Titles across time included the Annual Catalogue, Bulletin, Inform, and Vantage.
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Columbia Theological Seminary course catalogs contain registers of faculty and students, information on courses of study, campus descriptions, and seminary history. Catalogs were published at least as early as 1833. Frequency, the institution’s name, and the place of publication vary. Titles across time included the Annual Catalogue, Bulletin, Inform, and Vantage.
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Columbia Theological Seminary course catalogs contain registers of faculty and students, information on courses of study, campus descriptions, and seminary history. Catalogs were published at least as early as 1833. Frequency, the institution’s name, and the place of publication vary. Titles across time included the Annual Catalogue, Bulletin, Inform, and Vantage.
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In 1974, the Columbia Theological Seminary publication titled Inform changed to Vantage. Vantage initially included a newsletter and a five-part catalog series that replaced the course catalog. The catalog series changed to a single course catalog in 1976. The course catalog was dropped from Vantage in 1986 and published separately. Vantage continued as a news publication whose format and frequency varied.
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Columbia Theological Seminary course catalogs contain registers of faculty and students, information on courses of study, campus descriptions, and seminary history. Catalogs were published at least as early as 1833. Frequency, the institution’s name, and the place of publication vary. Titles across time included the Annual Catalogue, Bulletin, Inform, and Vantage.
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In 1974, the Columbia Theological Seminary publication titled Inform changed to Vantage. Vantage initially included a newsletter and a five-part catalog series that replaced the course catalog. The catalog series changed to a single course catalog in 1976. The course catalog was dropped from Vantage in 1986 and published separately. Vantage continued as a news publication whose format and frequency varied.
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In 1974, the Columbia Theological Seminary publication titled Inform changed to Vantage. Vantage initially included a newsletter and a five-part catalog series that replaced the course catalog. The catalog series changed to a single course catalog in 1976. The course catalog was dropped from Vantage in 1986 and published separately. Vantage continued as a news publication whose format and frequency varied.
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In 1970, the Columbia Theological Seminary publication titled Bulletin changed to Inform. Inform included a news bulletin published seven times per year and a five-part catalog series that replaced the course catalog. The catalog series consisted of five booklets published either annually or periodically and contained course descriptions, academic calendars, faculty and student rosters, seminary history and other information about the institution.
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In 1974, the Columbia Theological Seminary publication titled Inform changed to Vantage. Vantage initially included a newsletter and a five-part catalog series that replaced the course catalog. The catalog series changed to a single course catalog in 1976. The course catalog was dropped from Vantage in 1986 and published separately. Vantage continued as a news publication whose format and frequency varied.
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Columbia Theological Seminary course catalogs contain registers of faculty and students, information on courses of study, campus descriptions, and seminary history. Catalogs were published at least as early as 1833. Frequency, the institution’s name, and the place of publication vary. Titles across time included the Annual Catalogue, Bulletin, Inform, and Vantage.
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The Columbia Theological Seminary Bulletin began in 1908 as a means of communication to constituents. Issues include the course catalog, faculty essays, inaugural lectures, memorials, general news, and fundraising literature. Frequency, the institution’s name, and the place of publication vary. Titles across time included the Annual Catalogue, Bulletin, Inform, and Vantage.
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In 1974, the Columbia Theological Seminary publication titled Inform changed to Vantage. Vantage initially included a newsletter and a five-part catalog series that replaced the course catalog. The catalog series changed to a single course catalog in 1976. The course catalog was dropped from Vantage in 1986 and published separately. Vantage continued as a news publication whose format and frequency varied.
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In 1974, the Columbia Theological Seminary publication titled Inform changed to Vantage. Vantage initially included a newsletter and a five-part catalog series that replaced the course catalog. The catalog series changed to a single course catalog in 1976. The course catalog was dropped from Vantage in 1986 and published separately. Vantage continued as a news publication whose format and frequency varied.
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In 1974, the Columbia Theological Seminary publication titled Inform changed to Vantage. Vantage initially included a newsletter and a five-part catalog series that replaced the course catalog. The catalog series changed to a single course catalog in 1976. The course catalog was dropped from Vantage in 1986 and published separately. Vantage continued as a news publication whose format and frequency varied.
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The Columbia Theological Seminary Bulletin began in 1908 as a means of communication to constituents. Issues include the course catalog, faculty essays, inaugural lectures, memorials, general news, and fundraising literature. Frequency, the institution’s name, and the place of publication vary. Titles across time included the Annual Catalogue, Bulletin, Inform, and Vantage. "Faculty issues" include articles and reviews. Articles are listed here. Titles: "Witnesses to...
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The Columbia Theological Seminary Bulletin began in 1908 as a means of communication to constituents. Issues include the course catalog, faculty essays, inaugural lectures, memorials, general news, and fundraising literature. Frequency, the institution’s name, and the place of publication vary. Titles across time included the Annual Catalogue, Bulletin, Inform, and Vantage. Title: "An Interview with Professor Karl Barth" by Wm. C. (William C.) Robinson.
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In 1974, the Columbia Theological Seminary publication titled Inform changed to Vantage. Vantage initially included a newsletter and a five-part catalog series that replaced the course catalog. The catalog series changed to a single course catalog in 1976. The course catalog was dropped from Vantage in 1986 and published separately. Vantage continued as a news publication whose format and frequency varied.
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In 1974, the Columbia Theological Seminary publication titled Inform changed to Vantage. Vantage initially included a newsletter and a five-part catalog series that replaced the course catalog. The catalog series changed to a single course catalog in 1976. The course catalog was dropped from Vantage in 1986 and published separately. Vantage continued as a news publication whose format and frequency varied.
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In 1974, the Columbia Theological Seminary publication titled Inform changed to Vantage. Vantage initially included a newsletter and a five-part catalog series that replaced the course catalog. The catalog series changed to a single course catalog in 1976. The course catalog was dropped from Vantage in 1986 and published separately. Vantage continued as a news publication whose format and frequency varied.
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The Columbia Theological Seminary Bulletin began in 1908 as a means of communication to constituents. Issues include the course catalog, faculty essays, inaugural lectures, memorials, general news, and fundraising literature. Frequency, the institution’s name, and the place of publication vary. Titles across time included the Annual Catalogue, Bulletin, Inform, and Vantage. "Faculty issues" include articles and reviews. Articles are listed here. Titles: "The Mark on Cain"...
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Columbia Theological Seminary course catalogs contain registers of faculty and students, information on courses of study, campus descriptions, and seminary history. Catalogs were published at least as early as 1833. Frequency, the institution’s name, and the place of publication vary. Titles across time included the Annual Catalogue, Bulletin, Inform, and Vantage.
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The Columbia Theological Seminary Bulletin began in 1908 as a means of communication to constituents. Issues include the course catalog, faculty essays, inaugural lectures, memorials, general news, and fundraising literature. Frequency, the institution’s name, and the place of publication vary. Titles across time included the Annual Catalogue, Bulletin, Inform, and Vantage. "Faculty issues" include articles and reviews. Articles are listed here. Titles: "Can Calvinism Live...
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In 1974, the Columbia Theological Seminary publication titled Inform changed to Vantage. Vantage initially included a newsletter and a five-part catalog series that replaced the course catalog. The catalog series changed to a single course catalog in 1976. The course catalog was dropped from Vantage in 1986 and published separately. Vantage continued as a news publication whose format and frequency varied. The original item is misnumbered. The correct number is: Volume 88, number 3, Winter 1997
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In 1974, the Columbia Theological Seminary publication titled Inform changed to Vantage. Vantage initially included a newsletter and a five-part catalog series that replaced the course catalog. The catalog series changed to a single course catalog in 1976. The course catalog was dropped from Vantage in 1986 and published separately. Vantage continued as a news publication whose format and frequency varied. The original item is misnumbered. The correct number is: Volume 90, number 1, Spring 1998
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In 1974, the Columbia Theological Seminary publication titled Inform changed to Vantage. Vantage initially included a newsletter and a five-part catalog series that replaced the course catalog. The catalog series changed to a single course catalog in 1976. The course catalog was dropped from Vantage in 1986 and published separately. Vantage continued as a news publication whose format and frequency varied.
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Columbia Theological Seminary course catalogs contain registers of faculty and students, information on courses of study, campus descriptions, and seminary history. Catalogs were published at least as early as 1833. Frequency, the institution’s name, and the place of publication vary. Titles across time included the Annual Catalogue, Bulletin, Inform, and Vantage.
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The Columbia Theological Seminary Bulletin began in 1908 as a means of communication to constituents. Issues include the course catalog, faculty essays, inaugural lectures, memorials, general news, and fundraising literature. Frequency, the institution’s name, and the place of publication vary. Titles across time included the Annual Catalogue, Bulletin, Inform, and Vantage.
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Columbia Theological Seminary course catalogs contain registers of faculty and students, information on courses of study, campus descriptions, and seminary history. Catalogs were published at least as early as 1833. Frequency, the institution’s name, and the place of publication vary. Titles across time included the Annual Catalogue, Bulletin, Inform, and Vantage.
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In 1970, the Columbia Theological Seminary publication titled Bulletin changed to Inform. Inform included a news bulletin published seven times per year and a five-part catalog series that replaced the course catalog. The catalog series consisted of five booklets published either annually or periodically and contained course descriptions, academic calendars, faculty and student rosters, seminary history and other information about the institution.
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In 1974, the Columbia Theological Seminary publication titled Inform changed to Vantage. Vantage initially included a newsletter and a five-part catalog series that replaced the course catalog. The catalog series changed to a single course catalog in 1976. The course catalog was dropped from Vantage in 1986 and published separately. Vantage continued as a news publication whose format and frequency varied.
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In 1970, the Columbia Theological Seminary publication titled Bulletin changed to Inform. Inform included a news bulletin published seven times per year and a five-part catalog series that replaced the course catalog. The catalog series consisted of five booklets published either annually or periodically and contained course descriptions, academic calendars, faculty and student rosters, seminary history and other information about the institution.
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The Columbia Theological Seminary Bulletin began in 1908 as a means of communication to constituents. Issues include the course catalog, faculty essays, inaugural lectures, memorials, general news, and fundraising literature. Frequency, the institution’s name, and the place of publication vary. Titles across time included the Annual Catalogue, Bulletin, Inform, and Vantage.
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The Columbia Theological Seminary Bulletin began in 1908 as a means of communication to constituents. Issues include the course catalog, faculty essays, inaugural lectures, memorials, general news, and fundraising literature. Frequency, the institution’s name, and the place of publication vary. Titles across time included the Annual Catalogue, Bulletin, Inform, and Vantage. Titles: "The Concept of Balance in the Old Testament" by Ludwig R. DeWitz; "Can Catholics and Protestants...
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In 1974, the Columbia Theological Seminary publication titled Inform changed to Vantage. Vantage initially included a newsletter and a five-part catalog series that replaced the course catalog. The catalog series changed to a single course catalog in 1976. The course catalog was dropped from Vantage in 1986 and published separately. Vantage continued as a news publication whose format and frequency varied.
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The Columbia Theological Seminary Bulletin began in 1908 as a means of communication to constituents. Issues include the course catalog, faculty essays, inaugural lectures, memorials, general news, and fundraising literature. Frequency, the institution’s name, and the place of publication vary. Titles across time included the Annual Catalogue, Bulletin, Inform, and Vantage. Title: "Why Calvin?" by Paul T. Fuhrmann.
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